EVHS Bi-Weekly Announcements

Edition #3: 9.17.2021

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Important Dates
  • Friday, October 1 - Teacher Workshop Day - No School for Students
  • Thursday, October 7 - Teacher Conferences
  • Friday, October 8 - Teacher Conferences
  • Friday, October 8 - No School
  • Monday, October 18 - Lifetouch Picture Retake Day

New: Needed - Paraprofessional Substitutes

EVHS is in need of caring adults to work as clerical substitutes (paraprofessionals) working directly with students throughout the school day. As a paraprofessional substitute, your primary task is to assist our teaching staff in the classroom to support students that need a little extra help throughout the day. Being a substitute allows you the flexibility of working when you have time in your personal schedule – this could be one day/week or five days/week. These positions are essential in order to provide the needed supports for students throughout the school day.


The clerical substitute requirements include:

• High school diploma

• Must be able to pass a pre-employment physical (paid for by the District)

• Must be able to pass a pre-employment background check (paid for by the applicant)

• Must complete a Personal Care Assistant Certificate of Training

• Must attend a new hire orientation


You may click on this link to apply: https://www.applitrack.com/district196/OnlineApp/default.aspx?Category=Substitute&AppliTrackJobId=14158&AppliTrackLayoutMode=detail&AppliTrackViewPosting=1


Please contact Barb Hall at 651-423-7761 or barb.hall@district196.org with questions.

Fundraising Night at Noodles and Co. for EVHS Competition Cheer

Eat pasta and support the EVHS Comp Cheer team nationals fundraiser on Wednesday 9/22 from 4-8PM at Noodles & Co in Apple Valley. Stop in to the store and mention EVHS Comp Cheer or order directly through their website and enter code GIVING25 at checkout. Help us get to nationals to represent Eastview!!

Yearbooks

PICKUP - If you ordered but haven't picked up your 2020-21 yearbook yet, you can do so in the main office. Please bring a photo ID.


FORGOT TO ORDER?- We have some extra 2020-21 yearbooks for sale. If you'd like to purchase one, please bring $85 cash or a check (made out to Eastview High School) to the main office.


ORDER - 2021-22 Yearbooks are now for sale! Go to www.yearbookforever.com and purchase yours today!

2021-22 Eastview Student Planners

2021-22 Eastview Planners are available for purchase in the Main Office. They are $5. Come and get yours and get organized!

Educational Benefits Program (formerly Free and Reduced-Price Meals) Application

Students in District 196 will be provided breakfast and lunch at no cost during the 2021-22 school year due to a grant provided by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. All families are still encouraged to complete an Educational Benefits Application, formerly the free and reduced-price meals application. Upon approval, these benefits are extended to Activities/Athletics fees and more. A new application must be submitted each year.


Visit the District 196 Food & Nutrition Services website for more information.

Eastview High School and District 196 Text Messages

To opt in to EVHS and District 196 text messages, text Y to 67587. Carrier messaging rates may apply.

PARENT SECTION

Senior Information

SENIOR PORTRAITS, YEARBOOK SUBMISSION, GRAD ADS

Click the link below for information on Senior Portraits, Yearbook Submission instructions and guidelines, and information on purchasing a Grad Ad for your senior.


Senior Portraits, Yearbook Submissions, and Grad Ads



2022 SENIOR PARTY

It is not too early to start planning for the 2022 senior party! If you are interested in taking the reins and getting the party started, please contact Suze Fulford at suze.fulford@district196.org



SENIOR STUDENT ID CARDS

Seniors, you can pick up your senior student ID cards at the West Entrance Security Office.

Health & Safety

Masks Required on Buses and Inside Schools

State officials have given school districts the responsibility to determine COVID-19 mitigation strategies at the local level this school year. The 2021-22 COVID-19 Operational Plan for Families, Students and Visitors to Schools that was unanimously approved by our School Board on August 26 requires all students, staff and visitors in all District 196 buildings to wear a face mask indoors when the local transmission level is “substantial” or “high” as measured by the CDC transmission matrix. Currently, the transmission level in Dakota County is high, meaning face masks will be required in our schools to start the year, just as they are required to enter a growing number of businesses, government buildings and on all public transportation and airline flights.


Your partnership is critical to the success of our students. We expect students, staff and visitors to comply with the mask requirement, as outlined in Administrative Regulation 708.7, COVID-19 Masks, until the COVID-19 spread in Dakota County drops to the “moderate” level of transmission. Masks help reduce spread and give us the best opportunity to provide consistent in-person education all year. Just like last year, students will have opportunities for mask breaks during the day, such as at lunch or while outside. If parents and guardians are concerned about their child’s ability to safely wear a mask, they should refer back to Administrative Regulation 708.7 COVID-19 Masks.

Our district is committed to doing all we can to ensure students can continue learning in person this school year. This includes HEPA filters in all learning spaces, social distancing, recommending COVID-19 vaccinations for those who are eligible to receive them and requiring masks when the local transmission level is substantial or high.


Review and Update Emergency Information

If you haven’t already done so, please update your family’s information on record with the district by completing the online review in your Infinite Campus Parent portal account. This is the one time each year the district asks parents to complete the review to ensure schools have up-to-date contact information, emergency contacts, student health records and more. It is important for schools to have current information in order to be notified in case of emergency, changes in the school schedule and to receive regular communication from the schools and district.


All District 196 parents and guardians are encouraged to have an Infinite Campus Parent account of their own to stay involved in their child’s education, and to access end-of-term report cards, transcripts, attendance and other important information. Parents who do not have their own Infinite Campus Parent account can request an activation key from the office at their child’s school. For information on setting up an Infinite Campus Parent account and completing the online review, visit the Family Resources page on our district website.


We look forward to partnering with you to make 2021-22 a safe, fun and productive school year for all of our students and families.

COLLEGE & SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

Counseling Office Newsletter

Eastview High School's Counseling Office is here to help with lots of information for you and your family. Check back in this space for the most up-to-date counseling news!


Friday, September 17th Climate Check Newsletter


Counseling Office CLIMATE CHANGE Newsletter Archives

New: Schedule of 2021-22 ACT Test Dates (National)

Test Date Registration Deadline

October 23, 2021 September 17

December 11, 2021 November 5

February 12, 2022 January 7

April 2, 2022 February 25

June 11, 2022 May 6

July 16, 2022 June 17

New: 2021-22 Administration Dates and Deadline for the SAT

SAT Test Registration Deadline

October 2, 2021 September 3

November 6, 2021 October 8

December 4, 2021 November 4

March 12, 2022 February 11

May 7, 2022 April 8

June 4, 2022 May 5

Registration and additional information can be found at www.collegeboard.org.

Senior Parent College Application Planning Night

ATTENTION, PARENTS OF SENIORS. The Senior Parent College Application Planning Night will be held on Monday, September 20th at 6:30 pm in the EVHS Performing Arts Center (enter EVHS through Door #8 on the north side of EVHS). This parent presentation will include important topics related to the college application and admission process, sending materials and transcripts, and a timeline for senior year. The presentation slides will also be posted to our EVHS Counseling web page the following day. Additional information for college planning can be found on our website by clicking here.


This information will also be covered in senior small groups for students the week of September 20th.


We look forward to seeing you there!

PSAT Registration Now Open

On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2021, Juniors at EVHS are encouraged to take the PSAT/NMSQT exam. (High achieving Sophomores are also encouraged to take the PSAT as practice only.) The PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test) provides feedback about college-readiness, is excellent practice for the SAT, and is also used by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation to determine National Merit Scholarship recipients in the class of 2023.


Test Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Time: 8:00-11:45 a.m.

Location: Eastview High School


Registration opens Wednesday, September 8th and closes Wednesday, September 27th, or when registration is full.


The cost is $25.00. Registration and payment must be made through MyPaymentsPlus.


IMPORTANT: After you have registered, you must come to the Counseling office during 5th period to see Suze Fulford. She will verify your PSAT registration and payment and you will be able to pick up your PSAT Official Student Guide. Your test site location will be communicated via email by Thursday, October 7th.


Preparation resources, including sample questions and a full length practice test are available at: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/practice If you have any questions, please contact Suze Fulford in the Counseling Office at suze.fulford@district196.org or at 952-431-8915.

New: Upcoming College and University Visits

Students should stop by the Counseling Office and get a pass to attend the college/university/military Rep Visit prior to the right visit. These university/college or military visits are small group meetings typically lasting 20-30 minutes. These admission reps are often times the same people that review college applications, so it's a great connection for students.


9/20/2021

12:45pm

Carleton College


9/21/2021

10:25am

University of Iowa


9/21/2021

10:25am

University of Missouri-Columbia


9/21/2021

12:45pm

University of Wisconsin-River Falls


9/21/2021

11:20am

Army National Guard


9/23/2021

7:40am

Colby College


9/24/2021

9:30am

North Dakota State University-Main Campus


9/24/2021

9:30am

University of Northern Iowa


9/24/2021

12:45pm

Pomona College


9/27/2021

8:35am

Minnesota State University Moorhead


9/21/2021

11:20am

U.S. Navy


9/28/2021

11:20am

U.S. Army - Lakeville


9/30/2021

7:40am

Binghamton University


9/30/2021

9:30am

Mount Saint Mary's University


9/30/2021

10:25am

Concordia University-Saint Paul


10/4/2021

8:35am

Bethel University


10/4/2021

8:35am

Boston University

ATHLETICS

New: AV/EV Girls Gymnastics

We are looking to add more girls to our team! We are a coop team with Apple Valley High School and would love to build our team even more. Our girls focus on building a community centered around gymnastics. If you love tumbling, competition, and fun team building activities, then this is the spot for you! Events coming up are apple picking & fall photos, pumpkin carving contest, Friendsgiving and more! If you have interest in gymnastics, we’d love to have you join us for these team building activities prior to the season start. For more information email AVEVGymnastics@yahoo.com.

Fall Super Group

The Start time for fall super group is 2:45pm- meet outside the north west end of the indoor track. End time is about 4:15pm.



We will train Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Start date is now. End date is Thursday November 11th.


The Fee is $50.00 and this can be paid through MyPaymentsPlus.

Get back to Mr. Swanson with any questions.

Varsity Competition Cheerleading

Eastview Varsity Competition Cheerleading: Are you interested in cheerleading, meeting new friends, do you like competition and spreading school spirit then the varsity competition cheer team is looking for you. We are looking for team members grades 9th-12th (No experience or tumbling necessary).


If you are interested and want more information please reach out to:

eastviewcheerteam@gmail.com

New: Sports Results/Scoreboard

VARSITY SPORTS

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS - September 16th

The Eastview Girls Cross Country Team participated at the Rochester Mayo invitational yesterday. JV ran first placing 5th overall as a team. Brigid Coyne, Elsie Warren. Sam Artwohl, Morgan Brown had big PR’s. The Varsity team was led by Emily Percival, Hadley Knight and Sonja Olson who placed in the top 20. The Varsity team was third overall out of the 20 team field.



BOYS CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS- MAYO INVITATIONAL September 16th

On a warm sunny afternoon the boys cross country team competed at the Mayo Invitational today. The varsity team finished in 5th place out of 24 teams, and the JV team finished in 4th place out of 17 teams.


In the JV race the team took a strong position at the start of the race, placing themselves at the front end of the chase pack. Leading this group was junior Thomas Adamson who lead the Lightning squad through the first 4,000m of the race, only to be overtaken by senior teammate Alex Breimhurst on the final downhill of the race. Breimhurst finished in a new personal best time, breaking 19:00 for the first time and finishing in 14th place. Adamson finished in 17th place. The other members of the scoring team for the JV athletes were junior Charley Setterlund in 23rd place, junior Eli Munson in 28th place, and senior Ryan Brandel in 34th place. Freshman Eli Zillhardt had a big PR today, running 40 seconds faster than he has previously.


In the varsity race the Lightning were lead by the senior duo of Hunter Dunne and Nate Getman who finished in 14th and 15th place overall. These two lost contact with the lead pack after the first 1,000m, but stuck together to keep the gap at the front of the race from growing, and put on a huge surge over the final 600m to catch members of this pack that had fallen off. Senior PJ Lasota had a strong performance to maintain his positioning in the midst of the second chase pack to finish in 32nd place. Seniors Max Leach and Ethan Agoranos rounded out the top 5 for the Lightning.


For complete results please visit our schedule/results page.



GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS ON 3-MATCH WINNING STREAK

The girls Varsity tennis has put together a 3 match winning streak defeating Prior Lake, Rosemount, and Farmington the team is working hard and improving every day. Next week is a busy week for the Lightning with four matches; three at home.


JV SPORTS

ARTS & ACTIVITIES

New: Business Professionals of America Meeting

There will be an informational meeting for Business Professionals of America on Thursday, September 23rd at either 7:00 a.m. or 2:45 p.m. in room C239. If you are enrolled in a business course sometime this school year and have a desire to meet new people and learn more about business, please join us! Direct any questions to leah.lencowski@district196.org.

New: FCCLA Info

If you missed the FCCLA kick-off meeting, please see Ms. Battistone in C138 for paperwork and dues information. All grades are invited to join. Sign ups for activities will be on the wall outside C138.


Our first group order for Spirit Wear is due by October, 1st. https://www.eastviewswag.com/shop/category/FCCLA?c=3637388

New: Calling All Skiers and Snowboarders

Attention Skiers and Snowboarders: It’s time to start planning for the annual ski and snowboard trip. Please see the preliminary interest registration information and google doc link here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1q6lnaUSz6hvVGyH46wgy41k2atoyixbo/view?usp=sharing . If interested, please plan on attending a second informational meeting after school on Thursday, October 7 right after school in B126.


Please contact Mr. Gustafson with any questions in the B1 office or over email: scott.gustafson@district196.org.

New: Rock Climbing Club - New Student Led Club

Looking to try something new? Love a good adrenaline rush? Not afraid of heights? Then harness up and come try the rock climbing club. No experience needed. We’re looking to start in October. Email: EVHSRockClimbing@gmail.com for more info.

Diversity Club Kickoff Meeting - Today

The Diversity Club is having their kickoff meeting on Friday, September 17th after school at 2:40pm in Room A200. If you can't make it and are interested in learning more, contact Mr. Flemmons. Hope to see you there!

DECA Informational Meeting

There will be a general informational meeting for those that are interested in joining DECA on Wednesday, September 22 at 2:30 in C237. DECA is a marketing organization that combines leadership training and competitive events at the local, state and national levels. Stop in for this short meeting on the 22nd to find out more about DECA and how you can get involved.

Climate Action Club Meeting

The climate action club (formerly LEAP) will have its first meeting on Thursday, Sept. 23rd at 2:35 pm in C337. We will focus on actions that students can take to help reduce climate change. Everyone is welcome!!!

Winter Musical Auditions

Winner of three Tony Awards, three Outer Critics Circle Awards, two Lucille Lortel Awards and two Obie Awards, Urinetown is a hilarious musical satire of the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, bureaucracy, corporate mismanagement, municipal politics and musical theatre itself! Hilariously funny and touchingly honest, Urinetown provides a fresh perspective on one of America's greatest art forms.



Audition information for the winter musical, Urinetown, is available on the EVHS Performing Arts Website.

DISTRICT 196 COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Wanted: Lifeguards and Swim Instructors

Looking for a fun way to earn some extra money and make an impact on lots of children in our community? The Community Education Aquatics Program is looking for those that are comfortable with their own swimming abilities to help teach swim lessons. Also, any lifeguards that are willing and able to work, we have shifts available for you also. Applications are available at http://tinyurl.com/y4bvzu9a.

About Eastview High School

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